Spiritual Symbolic Meaning of 777

This will be the first time you see me writing about numerology because I am not really all that knowledgeable about numerology, although I have within the last year began slowly learning. But now I write about it because maybe it will help awaken someone to messages that are right there for them to see.

Just a short time ago I scrolled down the page of my blog and there it was. My total visits = 777. Seeing as
how I received a dream message last night which I believe to be about some changes in my life I am paying attention to the messages that are coming by way of dreams, numerology, and nature. The nature thing is a whole long post and I won’t get into that right now.

As far as
looking at the number strictly from a numerology point of view the number 777 if a message from our spirit guides would indicate that a lesson has been learned. It is a sign of acknowledgement and achievement – you have learned a lesson that your spirit guides want you to learn about your life. This does resonate with me because recently I have gone through several changes in my life.

More on the number 777

First of all, many people think they know what the number 777 means. They associate it with luck sometimes because of casino slot machines. But 777 is not 7 -7 -7 but is seven hundred and seventy-seven. It is also not the opposite of 666. 777 is reference one time int he bible and the word priest 777 times. Not that you needed to know that but I found these facts very interesting.

In Hebrew letters correspond to numbers and Gematria is the process in Hebrew of adding the numbers together. There are hundreds of phrases that equal the numbers 777 as well as hundreds probably in the bible alone. For example:film War for the Planet of the Apes trailer

  • The
    Christ said: “I am the resurrection”. In Greek, resurrection is written “h anastasiV”, numbering 777 = 8+1+50+1+200+300+1+200+10+6.
  • In
    the first verse of the Bible, it is written: “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.” (Gn 1,1) This verse consists of 7 Hebrew words and 28 letters, and it also counts three names: God, heavens and earth. The sum of the numerical values of each one gives 777: God = 86, paradise = 395 and earth = 296, where 86+395+296 = 777.
  • Written
    in Hebrew, “Orthodox Messiah”, gives 777: he, mem, shin, yod, heth, daleth, taw and yod, giving 5+40+300+10+8+4+400+10 = 777.
  • Written
    in Hebrew, “YHWH in the YESHUA Messiah”, gives 777: yod, he, waw, he, beth, yod, shin, waw, ayin, he, mem, shin, yod and heth, giving 10+5+6+5+2+10+300+6+70+5+40+300+10+8 = 777.
  • Written in Hebrew, “YESHUA saves”, gives 777: yod, shin, waw, ayin, he, waw, shin, yod and ayin, giving 10+300+6+70+5+6+300+10+70 = 777.
  • By using the ASCII table, we find that the French word “EXORCISTES” (exorcists) gives 777.
  • The numerical value of the Hebrew word NMLA IVMM, meaning “filled with light”, gives 777.

The above information is referenced from: http://www.ridingthebeast.com/numbers/nu777.php
Also
consider 7 Seals 7 Trumpets 7 Vials in The Book of Revelation and based on ascension this would take place supposedly in 2012 and would not be the end of the world but a new beginning…Heaven on Earth.

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